Celebrating Women-Owned Businesses in Escondido

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Women owned businesses in the US make up 19.1% of all businesses, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In Escondido, there are many women who run their own companies and are thriving. 

From technologies like Left Coast Engineering, which is run by CEO Anita Baranowski,

Left Coast Engineering CEO Anita Baranowski

To wineries such as Altipiano Winery where winemaker Denise Clark crafts award-winning wines!

Denise Clark, Altipiano Winery

To Cassandra Scheag, who owns SIP Wine and Beer, a tasting room that promotes women and BIPOC winemakers and brewmasters.

SIP Wine and Beer Owner Cassandra Schaeg

Even Alhiser-Comer Mortuary is run by a woman, Megan Comer, who was just highlighted in San Diego Metro’s 40 under 40 class of 2021

Megan Comer, President, Alhiser-Comer Mortuary

Women-owned businesses are helping Escondido thrive.  “Seeing so many successful women-owned businesses in Escondido is a sign that our City does and will continue to support women business owners,” said Teresa Collins, Deputy Director of Communications.

This month we celebrate women owned businesses and spotlight the women who are making a difference to Escondido and beyond.


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